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- Cagney was cast to play the nice-guy Matt Doyle, opposite Eddie Woods' Tom Powers.
- Cagney was one of my best acting teachers via his autobiography, Cagney By Cagney, a book I first acquired in high school.
- James Cagney was originally announced for the role of Robin Hood, just before Cagney left Warner Bros.
- James Cagney was one of the true great actors, playing any roll from gangster to dancer.
- James Cagney was a superstar actor 75 years ago.
- I love the section, late in the book, where the author and Cagney meet, and biography suddenly becomes autobiography.
- In the TV movie, Cagney had been played by Loretta Switt, and in the first season of the series, the character had been portrayed by Meg Foster.
- Trying to make a Hollywood comeback after working in Europe, she turned down an offer to star with James Cagney in the classic The Public Enemy (1931).
- James Cagney and George Raft had both turned down Bogart's part in High Sierra; Raft didn't want to play a character who died at the end.
- James Cagney recalls in his autobiography that this movie was his favorite, largely due to his love of dancing.
- We want ALL seasons on DVD! I can't say enough about Cagney & Lacey.
- Like James Stewart, Cagney became so familiar to audiences that they usually referred to him as "Jimmy" Cagney — a billing never found on any of his films.
- The fans on the Cagney & Lacey chat site are starting a write to Oprah campaign to get Sharon, Tyne and Barney on the show to boost the DVD sales.
- It would be 10 years before Cagney played another gangster (in White Heat), a time in which gangster movies themselves became rare.
- At this time, Cagney heard of Audie Murphy, a young war hero who appeared on the front of Life magazine.
- The Roaring Twenties A breakthrough for director Walsh, this classic boasts electric performances from both Cagney and Bogie.
- The gown intended for a costume company, mistakenly gets sent to Joan (Tyne Daly- "Judging Amy," "Cagney And Lacey"), another woman who also finds love.
- But where other shows cast the foxiest people possible, Cagney & Lacey relied on character development instead of sex.
- Cagney completed his first decade of movie-making in 1939, with The Roaring Twenties, his first film with Raoul Walsh and last with Bogart.
- Cagney & Lacey is an American television series that first aired on the CBS television network for seven seasons from 1982 to 1988.
- Roaring Twenties
- Life Magazine
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